If you want basic needs, don't spend an arm and a leg.john starkey said:Hi all, i am looking for a new laptop and really like the look of the new mac ultra thin laptop does any one know if it is more for muti media stuff or would it suit a me just for my basic needs, regards john
Hi Tom, do you mean like a "pen and paper tablet"? Wacom do one and it's fantastic! relatively inexpensive too http://www.tablet4u.co.uk/wacom.htmlplantbrain said:But they do not have tablets for Mac's
The answer is yes to both, I have a 12" mac laptop and from OS 10.3x it as an option for windows file share.beeky said:Have you decided yet?
I'm looking for a laptop too, but as a second to my PC desktop, ideally around 12" screen. Do Macs come this small? Would a macbook connect wirelessly to my PC so I can move files about (music, pictures etc) between them?
same here, i've just got a dell for Â£360. It's the Vostro 200 ST (slimline) 19" widescreen, 250GB harddrive, 2.2GHZ, intel core2duo processor, vista business, wirless mouse & keyboard, wireless...nry said:You'll get a darn good Dell for ~Â£400. My wife's was Â£400 delivered, Core2Duo, 2GB RAM (essential for Vista), Vista Home Premium, 15.4" display (TrueBright or whatever Dell call it), 120GB SATA HD, DVD-RW, wireless, can't fault it at all. Unless you want 3D for games there is perhaps little point spending any more! Spec has likely gone up since she bought hers about 3 months ago.